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good morning, america. breaking overnight, deadly high-rise fire. flames tearing through a condo complex in hawaii. >> the stairwell was so full of smoke i couldn't breathe, you couldn't see. >> at least three people killed. the questions this morning, what sparked the fire and why were there no sprinklers in the building? mystery man. new information this morning about the russian-american once accused of being a spy in the room when donald trump jr. and other members with the trump campaign met with the russian lawyer. all this as president trump returns home to face more questions about that meeting. trouble on the tracks. a train on the move with
wedged underneath. >> tell him to stop. >> two people trapped inside dragged along the tracks. the praise for a quick-thinking officer this morning. >> grateful the police officer was that much on the job. and caught on camera, massive sinkhole. houses crumble. houses swallowed up when a giant crater opens up in florida. one family rushing to safety moments before the ground gave way. the concern this morning about what could happen next. hey, good morning. president trump is waking up stateside this morning spending the weekend at his golf club in bedminster, new jersey. there he is overnight making an appearance alongside his son eric at the u.s. women's open which is under way at bedminster
will be right back there today watching the ladies play golf on the links. much more coming up on the latest questions on russia and health care but we'll start with the breaking news out of hawaii this morning. a deadly fire in a high-rise building not far from waikiki beach in honolulu. >> this coming weeks after that lethal inferno in london that claimed about 80 lives. horrifying imaging such as these broadcast around the world and this morning in hawaii, big questions about what started the fire and why there were no sprinklers in that building. >> there are also stories of survival that are pouring in. we'll speak with the mayor of honolulu but start with marci gonzalez with the latest from our los angeles bureau. marci, good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning. this morning some parts of that building are still smoldering. firefighters putting out flames that rekindled and doing sweeps of that massive building with more than 500 apartments making sure there are no other victims. overnight at least three people killed in
apartment fire in honolulu, just ten minutes from waikiki beach. >> the next thing we know, the smoke just billows out. windows are being broken. glass is flying all over. >> wow, you guys this. is crazy. >> reporter: breaking out on the 26th floor of the marco polo building and residents watching as it engulfed their homes. >> jumped to the 27th floor and 28th floor and that's when i said i'm out of here. >> reporter: more than 100 firefighters on scene evacuating some residents and trucking others to shelter in place. >> the stairwell was so full of smoke, you couldn't breathe, you couldn't see. even the firemen got down on his hands and knees and was huffing and puffing. >> reporter: 12 people injured. 4 including one firefighter transported to nearby hospitals in serious condition. >> and i heard three or four women's voices
constant screaming, just screaming. i mean, it was terrifying. >> reporter: this fire similar to the deadly inferno that consumed grenfell tower in london killing 80 people. >> i think we were all feeling nervous, worried, concerned. a little freaked out. >> reporter: investigators say this high-rise in honolulu did not have sprinklers didn't building codes didn't require them when it was built in 1971. the fire chief saying had there been sprinklers the flames likely would have been contained to just one apartment. we reached out to the owners of the building but they are not commenting. investigators this morning are still trying to figure out what caused the fire. dan. >> so many questions, marci, thank you. just moments ago i spoke with the mayor of honolulu, kirk caldwell. mayor caldwell, thank you very much for joining us this morning. let's start with the sprinkler issue. so much concern about the lack of sprinklers in this building. are there other large buildings in your city that also lack
>> yes, dan, there are. any building built prior to 1971 did not have a sprinkler system. if it was a high-rise it was not mandated. buildings since then do have sprinklers and so the debate that's been going on for awhile is whether there be a law passed mandating older buildings actually put a sprinkler system in it. i think of a fire like this it's going to add new incentive to look at going back and passing a law requires that the older buildings be retrofitted. >> what is the latest on the investigation into what caused this fire this morning? >> we have investigators in the building now on the 26th floor where the three people passed away. they're removing the bodies from that floor and bring them down to the ground level to conduct a further examination. as of this date they don't know what the cause of the fire was. they don't see any indication of foul play but they'll be looking at that also. but they have rendered three of
either due to fire damage, water damage or smoke damage. >> that leads to what i wanted to ask you about, the people who survived but now are homeless at least temporarily. how are they being taken care of? >> so, they are just down the street in a private school and about 50 residents are in that gym tonight. >> mayor kirk caldwell, we really appreciate you joining us on what is a difficult day for your city and for you. >> thank you very much. >> as he said this debate over retrofitting them with sprinklers is going to heat up. >> sad that it takes a tragedy for everybody to take another look at that legislation. politics and president trump returning to the u.s. he gave a very lengthy handshake to french president emmanuel macron. 28 seconds, by the way, calling the u.s./france alliance stronger than ever. they're still shaking hands this morning. >> an unusual alliance. the president back home at his
with new questions about his son's meeting with that russian attorney. we're not learning about a growing list of other people who were also in that room. >> meantime, vice president mike pence is meeting with governors around the country promoting the revised health care bill which appears to be hanging by a thread right now age abc's david wright is this bedminster, new jersey, this morning. david, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, paula and dan, you know, the president is hope fog are a triumphant weekend here in bedminster, fresh from that trip to france. he arrives back just in time for some of the best golfers in the world to play at his club, the u.s. open women's tournament. but his administration is bogged down in the rough over the russia investigation. as the president stepped off air force one from paris, and returned to his clubhouse in new jersey, his presence in bedminster isn't the only thing that threatens to upstage the golf. new questions are mounting over his son
last year with russians. >> my son is a wonderful young man. he took a meeting with a russian lawyer, not a government lawyer but a russian lawyer. >> reporter: it it turns out it wasn't just that one russian lawyer, natalia veselnitskaya, that don junior and other top campaign aides met with. >> i'm more than happy to be transparent about it and more than happy to cooperate with everyone. >> as far as you know this is everything? >> reporter: we've seen learned the meeting includesry inat ak metshin. once accused of being a soviet counterintelligence officer but who insisted to the associated press he was not trained as a spy. he and a translator sitting down at that meeting with don junior, jared kushner and campaign chair paul manafort as well as veselnitskaya.
ties. he and veselnitskaya both insist they were not doing the kremlin's bidding. but the growing list of attendees will certainly be of interest to the various investigators looking into any and all interactions between the trump campaign and russian interests. former campaign adviser michael caputo testified friday before the house intelligence committee. >> i had no contact with russians and i never heard of anyone in the trump campaign talking with russians. irnever heard the word russia and we did not use russian dressing. >> reporter: it is the changing story as much as anything that raises some serious red flags and that's one big reason why lawmakers on capitol hill want don junior to come and testify. dan, paula. >> that would be quite a moment. all right, david, thank you for your reporting from new jersey this morning. we want to check in with matthew dowd who joins us from austin, texas. good morning, matt. >> good morning. >> so, you know, russia -- >> he's just taking in the word guru. >> i am taking in the word and
analogies used on the golf thing in the previous thing. that was very good. >> beautiful. >> let's see if you can top that. we believe in you. you can top that, matt, so back to russia continues to be a slow drip and it's infuriating the president and saw dblg this week releasing e-mails in a move of transparency but how much different do you think things could be if the administration were able to just get in front of this story? >> well, it was transparency at the point of a "new york times" gun. he was forced to be transparent. this is a series of to use an analogy like "mission: impossible" meets "rocky and bull winking." unbelievable the number of unforced errors and almost like they read a book about bad ideas. and every single thing they've done caused it to be worse and i think it will only unravel more in the days and week as head. >> the other issue facing the
push on as you know to pass the revised health care bill in the senate. already two republican senators who have said, no, they're not going to support it. they cannot afford to lose anybody else. so in sum what are the odds of this thing actually passing? >> i think -- i think they're exceedingly low. the meetings they've had with the governors, the only way to get it across the finish line if a series of governors stood up and said we need to have this done but i would predict one thing if one more person goes then ten people will go. as soon as they cross the line and there's enough senators to say they're not doing it i think you'll see a whole bunch of other senators quickly follow suit thereafter. >> matt dowd, our guru. next time we expect to see you in robes. we appreciate it. >> thank you. take care. we move on to extraordinary moments captured on a police officer's body cam. >> you'll see the startling video in a moment. a car wedged under a train after a horrific accident made worse when that train
begins moving again with that car attached. here's kenneth moton. >> reporter: stunning video, the heroic and incredible actions of a police officer in lamar, texas, captured on his body camera. >> while at least one inside trapped. >> reporter: this suv slammed inside this stopped freight train. the officer on the tracks on his hands and knees desperately trying to reach the injured couple. >> i know, i know, buddy. we hold on. we got medics going. >> what the [ bleep ]. tell him to stop. stop the train! >> reporter: the train starts to move. >> call the railroad company. tell them to stop moving. they're dragging this car with people inside. >> reporter: the engineer unaware of the extra cargo or the rescue efforts drags the wreckage. the officer screaming working to get the attention of the train's operator w
the driver. >> hold tight, man. we're getting them to stop. we're getting them to stop. >> reporter: 100 yards later, finally the train stops. the father of the 22-year-old passenger says his daughter is lucky to be alive. >> i'm just grateful the police officer was that much on the job. it's a father's nightmare. >> stop the train. >> reporter: for "good morning america," kenneth moton, abc news, dallas. >> incredible that girl survived. turing now to another surreal scene. this one in florida. a growing sinkhole swallowed two homes and now other homes are in jeopardy this morning. >> those two momehomes you mentd are completely gone and victor oquendo has the latest. >> reporter: breathtaking video capturing the moments as this home collapses into a sinkhole. >> it was really scary, those noises are incredible that you hear like crashing and
just to see like the devastation happening. it's unreal. >> reporter: and another home sinking, listen to the walls cracking to the ground. the sinkhole expanding across the street to about 225 feet wide and 50 feet deep engulfing two homes outside tampa. >> there's a sinkhole right next to our neighbor's house and it's literally eating the house like completely. >> reporter: nine neighborhood families evacuated. one family getting out moments before the ground gave way. >> it was so emotional. i started crying and everything and then but we got the dogs out and we couldn't save anything else. >> reporter: families grabbing what they could as the earth crumbles. >> right now we're on an egg shell feeling. we're all wondering what's going to happen next. we can't control this. all i can say is keep praying. there are a lot of people that are anxious right now. >> reporter: officials kept a close watch overnight and say this sinkhole has not moved in the last 14 hours. as for those
evacuated. they might not be able to get back in their homes until late next week. dan, paula. >> incredible to see the earth eat those home, and, victor, we do want to say welcome to the abc news family. first time joining us on "weekend gma" so welcome to the club. >> reporter: thank you. i appreciate it. >> had a chance to meet him the other day. great guy. >> thank you, victor. a lot of other news and kick it over to ron claiborne. what's happening? >> dan, good morning to you and paula, adrienne. robert. we begin in afghanistan where the pentagon is saying that u.s. forces have killed the leader or emir of that country's branch of isis known as isis-k calling the death of abu sayed a victory and sayed was killed in the kunar province. sayed is the third leader there killed this year. betty shelby, the wte
fatal shooting of an unarmed black man last year has resigned from the police force. shelby had been placed on desk duty since returning to work acquitted of manslaughter charges in may and tulsa police have been conducting an internal investigation into the shooting but say the investigation is now over. now that the officer has left the force. and brazil an appellate court dismissed charges against u.s. olympic swimmer ryan lochte. lochte was accused of falsely reporting a crime to police in brazil after he and three other u.s. swimmers claim they were robbed at gunpoint. they were caught on camera van da identilyzing a gas station. fiat is recalling more than 1.3 million vehicles around the world. they're actually two recalls. the first involving vehicles' alternators which could catch fire in several models of the chrysler 300, dodge challenger
durango and jeep cherokee and another is a wiring problem that could cause the side air bag to inflate. this from michigan near ann arbor, a home surveillance camera capturing a stolen car barrel nothing a tree. you see it there running over the front lawn of the house in pitsfield township. at least four were spotted crawling away from the wreckage and running away. the suspects, they are still being sought in michigan. finally, president bill clinton, former president bill clinton gets caught peeking between the bushes. literally. check this out. you see him poking his head out there between two statues. those are not the actual presidents. george w. bush -- >> thank you for clarifying? >> accuracy and george h.w. bush during a visit to the george w. bush presidential center near dallas, texas. clinton's presidency, of course, sandwiched like you see him there beten
kind of cool. >> tell you a lot about american politics. so much -- if you go back to that original complain between clinton and george h.w. bush and a lot of animosity but they became friends. >> so nice to see considering the tone and tenor of politics these days. they have a genuine warm relationship. almost as warm as ours. >> almost, not quite. >> and almost as warm as the weather. >> nice transition. >> she's a pro. >> every now and then. >> apropos mid-july that time of the year where it's hottest it can be and weather that can drop thunderstorms that have heavy rain within. >> take a walk. >> thank you, ron. and yesterday across ocean city, maryland, three to four inches of rain fall in a short amount of time and some of these storm as cross the delmarva peninsula and our nation's capital 50, 60-mile-an-hour winds. severe weather threat with drier air and wisconsin which had kind of a rough week, most of those
maybe severe weather this afternoon. damaging winds, a tornado or two and pop-up thunderstorms across >> some cloud cover to start the weekend. pm sunshine looking like a quiet weekend. temperature start out in the mid-70's. we will be warmer by this afternoon, but not as humid as the past couple of days. if you are heading to the pool, apply the sunblock. temperatures in the upper 80's by the afternoon. overnight, less humid. softball, golf, tennis perhaps. whatever you may -- >> badminton. >> always a fine sport. >> he has to go with the random. >> lawn darts. >> lawn darts. >> summertime sports. >> all of you are into sports and i know a lot are watching some of the biggest stars in tennis. don't call it a
venus williams competing in her 20th wimbledon. it's her first wimbledon final since 2009 after that car crash is in her rearview mirror. this morning venus williams could be on the brink of a major victory. at 37, williams is the oldest wimbledon finalist since martimartina navratilova in 1994. if she wins today she would become the oldest women's grand slam winner in the open era and surpass her sister serena who currently holds that record. >> winning never gets old at any stage in your career ever. ever. >> reporter: while serving up some high-stakes tennis, her play has been partially eclipsed by the even higher-stakes legal battle involving the deadly car accident last month that killed 78-year-old jerome barson and injured his wife linda. police who are still investigating the accident found williams was lawfully in the intersection and have
any charges. who could forget the emotional breakdown at a post-match press conference at the beginning of the tournament. still, williams able to maintain composure on the court and stay in the groove. >> none of us would know what it's really like to compete at this level or having that incident hang over them. but we have seen incidents in which athletes have had tragedy happen in their lives and been able to compartmental lyze. >> her sister serena, of course, expecting her first child. >> serena says it's killing her not to be there but more nerve-racking to watch than play. >> they're naturals on the court. i don't know about being naturals in the stand. evidently naturals on the court in i alsoed the l.l. cool j shutout with -- >> don't call it a comeback. >> we went there. catch venus in action 9:00 a.m. eastern on espn and the men's final tomorrow at 9:00 also on espn,
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welcome back to "gma" on a saturday morning. happening right now the fatal fire. at least three people killed overnight as flames tore through a residential high-rise building near waikiki. more than 100 evacuated. the building did not have sprinklers because it was built before sprinkle lers were required. >> also right now behind bars, a bank robber wanted by the fbi dubbed the american league bandit because of the baseball caps that he wore has been captured. the bureau not releasing his identity or the details of his capture. he was wanted for at least 12 bank heights in maryland and virginia between november and
the red sox there if i can see correctly. >> apparently it's all the american league. >> he was traded. >> he was not traded. back at work, president jimmy carter making an appearance at the final day of a mission to build and repair as many as 100 hopes in canada after spending the night in the hospital where he was treated for dehydration. the 92-year-old has worked on more than 4,000 homes and showed back up to work with a smile on his face and he and his wife are thanking everyone for their outpouring of support. now to the major new development in the murders of four young men whose bodies were found on a farm in pennsylvania. >> a second man has been charged as details of the gruesome murders emerge. abc's eva pilgrim who has been on the story from the beginning joins us now from bucks county, pennsylvania. eva, good morning. good morning, two men behind bars cosmo dinardo accused of murdering those four young men missing for over a week and authorities say he got his cousin to help. new details in the slayings of
prosecutors now saying the man charged with their murders, 20-year-old cosmo dinardo lured them to ace family farm and he didn't act alone. his cousin, sean kratz now also behind bars. >> we did find three of those young men buried deep within the ground under an old oil tank. >> reporter: dean finocchiaro, tom meo, mark sturgis and jimi patrick were missing for over a week and investigators put out a twisted line of events. jimi patrick came to dinardo's property to buy marijuana and walking to a remote part of the farm burying him in a hole. two days later he mees dean finocchiaro on the property for another deal. this time bringing along 20-year-old sean kratz. the group walks to this barn where finocchiaro is allegedly shot in the head. later that day, they say dinardo and kratz meet tom meo and mark
shooting them both in the back. a neighbor hearing the gunfire. >> it was literally almost like somebody was hunting people down. prosecutors say the pair tried to burn the bodies in a large metal tank but ultimately decided to dig a deep grave using a backhoe to bury them in a 12-foot hole. >> i'm sorry. >> reporter: dinardo who has a history of mental illness apologizing to cameras. prosecutors saying he confessed under the promise he wouldn't face the death penalty. as part of that deal, they say dinardo gave them details of what happened, revealing the location of jimi patrick's body which was buried a half mile away from the other three. prosecutors say they still don't have a motive and may never know. both of these men are due back in court on these charges at the end of the month. guys. >> that is just mystifying and horrifying eva. thank you very much. let's check the weather with ro
we'll start out west where heat advisories are posted again. here's the whittier fire in santa barbara county. 13,000 acres there, still over 2,000 people evacuated and we don't have 50% containment yet so still battling that and heat will be building there. at least for a day or two then after that we'll get into a pattern change. thankfully but today will be hot. tomorrow warm and these temperatures will knock down. phoenix getting into the 90s for the first time since spring monday, tuesday, that will feel good and the east will pop up into the heat. weight toiving sunshine. gearing up for a quiet weekend. temperatures start out in the mid 70's. we go warmer this afternoon. this weather report is brought to you walgreens. guys. >> thank you, robert. that story quite often. here on the east coast. i just wanted to add that.
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matt, channeling your inner child. looks like a fun assignment. >> reporter: it is a fun assignment. this is live action day, dan and paula here at the d23 expo and this magnificent edifice around me is part of the "star wars" themed land and get this, guys. there are literally 5,000 people sleeping downstairs just to catch a glimpse of the cast and crew of "star wars" and "the avengers" but we had the privilege yesterday of sitting down with some amazing disney legends. it's where princesses -- >> this is your real hair gentleman. >> of course. >> reporter: hawaiian gods and father time converge. >> are you feeling a little bit warm in your faux fur there? >> well, i have an eternity to get used to it. >> reporter: the d23 expo. josh gad and kristen bell icing their own kids out of "frozen 2" secrets. i hear your kids are big fans. are you sharing secrets with them? you both have two kid. >> yeah. >> yes. >> different kids. >> i'm
>> i'm sharing secrets with her children but i'm not telling my own about "frozen 2." >> i hear there is a rumor on the street you have been trading secrets about "frozen 2" with daisy ridley in exchange for secrets about "star wars." >> that is not true. >> reporter: pixar's chief creative officer john lasseter revealing the roster including the next big feature. >> it is ralph babies the internet. "wreck it ralph 2." ralph and penelope have an adventure in the internet. >> reporter: sarah sill searman voices the character pe knell me. your face contorted and it was like super express sink. >> our your face is doing it now. >> reporter: these four disney princesses meeting each other for the first time. >> being a disney princess, that's a card you have in your back pocket for the rest of your life and it's so cool. it's never lost on me. >> i think it hit me late
how huge it was and especially for tiana because she is the first black disney princess, it has gone beyond me which is amazing. >> am i the only one who didn't sing -- >> did you all sing? >> yes. ♪ remember me >> reporter: but you know who do sing, the stars of the highly anticipated original film "coco" which takes place on the day of the dead. a different story line. >> the film is about family and about the sense of belonging. >> reporter: how about singing? >> i love sinking too. >> reporter: can you give us something. ♪ >> now i see why you're intimidated by a 1-year-old. that was amazing. >> thanks. >> reporter: what a voice on that kid. i want you to meet some of those super fans
some of these people like these two were here since 9:00 a.m. just to catch a glimpse of this panel later today which will reveal new secrets and details about the latest installment of "star wars," "the last jedi" and today i don't want to make you jealous but we get to sit down with the cast and crew of not only "the avengers," "star wars" and bring that to you, dan and paula. later today. i'm sorry, folks. >> he dangled a carrot in front of everybody. >> i'm going to get lightsabered. >> it was great knowing you. it was great while it lasted. matt. >> thank you. >> thanks. >> great job. we'll be right back. more on the d23 expert. >> oh, whoopi. >> and rapping from adrienne. keep it here. when it comes to reducing the sugar in your family's diet coke, dr. pepper, and pepsi hear you and we're working together to do just that.
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see prices based on a car's history. >> yeah. time for "pop news." adrienne. >> that's what's up. >> what do you have. >> first whoopi goldberg can now add one more accolade to her awards. egot, acronym for emmy, gras many economy, oscar and tony winner named a disney winner at the d23 wearing minnie mouse shoes opened up about her love for disney while taking on the honor saying she has adored the brand since she was a child. >> every sunday night came "the wonderful world of disney" and during the week every day you can "the mickey mouse club". we grew up with disney being part of our lives. >> of course, you know her voice from s like "toy story 3" and "the lion king." she was born the year the park opened and her mom would say one day i'll take you to disneyland. one day i'm going
guys. it turns out she took her mom so i love that part of the story. congrats to whoopi. >> whoopi is a disneyphile and when she goes to disney, she lights up. >> a lot of people do, thank goodness. the happiest place on earth. what's hotter than the new princess of "wonder woman" fame. having the new princess join with the original one, wonder woman. lynda carter. >> too much. >> she says she discussed a possible appearance in the upcoming sequel admitting the production team did try to get her in the first movie but timing got away so the actress reveals she's open to the idea. >> you got to do it. >> she better do it. >> lynda carter. so but it is all up to director patty jenkins who talked about it. when it comes to the remake of the tv show lynda carter had full trust in jenkins and godot before seeing the movie. i saw it twice in one week. >> on your recommendation i went to see it. i like the f
>> and chris pine was hot too. >> chris pine was funny. >> yeah. >> he was funny and perfect for the role. we just love "wonder woman." call me, gal. newly released photos from a united nations world heritage site revealing an unlikely pair. 5-year-old lioness fitted with a gps collar but she's nursing a leopard cub according to a new york-based conservation group, this kind of behavior in wildcats has never been documented before. wildlife experts saying the mom recently may have lost her own cubs. so just an interesting picture. >> ron said call me when she nurses a gila monster. >> impressive. >> call me when that happens. okay? >> one more animal story for you, guys, as we move on from gila monsters. michael phelps is gearing up to raise a great white for shark week. how will he do it? we don't know. and neither does ryan lochte, the former olympic
saying he's not going to outrace the shark, dude. no way. no way. so we're hearing from ryan lochte again. we'll all have the chance to see what happens with phelps when the most decorated olympian goes up against an underwater beast july 23rd in a match discovery channel is calling the battle for ocean supremacy. boom. >> great "pop news." that was awesome. >> as she nurses a gila monster. >> see you tomorrow. no gila monster. announcer: this is a good morning washington update. >> we are starting to feel mild. temperatures flirting with the 80 mark in the d.c. metro. mid-seventies to the west. the daytime highs should h t
less humid. a calm weekend compared to yesterday's storms. minimal cloud cover pushing to the east. high-pressure anchored to the west. that will build into the area, pump in some northerly wind. 4:00,cast dew points at these are falling back into the 60's. some of us are in the lower to mid 70's. tonight, feeling more comfortable. of d.c. to the low 70's in the metro. tomorrow, feeling comfortable. lunchtime on sunday, the values in the 60's. monday, we start to feel more steamy. returnmertime feel will for the early half of the week. for tomorrow, looking bright and sunny. a great pool day coming up. daytime high, 91 degrees.
sunglasses. butre feeling less humid, we are mild. temperatures are in the low 90's as we head into the early half of the week. 89 on monday. we are going to feel mild by the middle half of the week. daytime high and 93 degrees. your extended forecast tracking for showers and thunderstorms on monday. especially for the afternoon, about a 50% chance. enjoy the weekend.
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